Where can I buy a DS Motion Pack these days?

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Aug 23, 2009
  1. onekewlpenguin
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    Since the ndsmotion site has been closed down, I have been unable to find the motion pack! If necessary, I'm content with buying the Tony Hawk Motion game online. However, I was wondering if the motion pack that comes with that game is compatible with homebrew that utilizes the motion feature? Thanks in advance!
     
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    Huh? That's not a motion pack, isn't it? But...the only motion pack I know of is a slot-1 one. Can't exactly play the game with that, unless you have Flashme and a slot-2 DS flashcart...even then I dunno if it'd work.

    http://www.electrobee.com/motion-card-p-24.html

    There's one there, but it's fairly expensive for what you want it for.
     
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    Hmmm.... I'm actually looking for a slot 2 device like the ones that come bundled with the Tony Hawk game
     
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    As far as I know, you cant get them anymore [​IMG] but neoflash make a slot-1 flash cart with motion built in, its called a R6Gold, the menu can patch some games for motion control, but I dont think tony hawk is one of them (yet?). Also, it is very expensive, especially considering that it doesn't have as many features as some of the cheaper cards (real time save etc.)
     

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